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  • Magnificent, perhaps even better than Bird Box

    I was pretty apprehensive for this book as I really loved Bird Box, but Josh has really done something incredible with Malorie. I cannot remember the last time a book made my heart race like this did. It’s a worthy sequel for sure, and perhaps even better than the first. Loved it.

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  • Incredibly Good!

    I’ve never read any of Josh Malerman’s books before including Bird Box, the predecessor to Malorie however, having received several assurances that I should be fine jumping into this sequel without having experienced first book, I decided to bite the bullet. In effect, Malorie can be read as a standalone though there are a few key points about the setting readers should know, however, the book plays catch up with you for those things very quickly. Malorie was reasonably straightforward in its style and an easier read than I was expecting. Josh Malerman has an incredible imagination and I really enjoyed the story for its entertainment value. I loved following protagonist Malorie, and her teenage children, Tom and Olympia on their journey, and finding out whether they fulfilled what they’d hoped to achieve, whilst learning a few lessons about themselves and each other. The author's characterisation was impressive and I was the most taken by Tom, the proactive, curious inventor, though overprotective Malorie and the cautious Olympia were also well created and developed. In this scary tale, the unexpected is never far away and I flew through this book, finishing it in one sitting. A very highly recommended read for horror fans. I received a complimentary copy of this novel at my request from Orion Publishing via NetGalley. This review is my own unbiased opinion.

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  • Rubbish

    What a wasted opportunity.An interesting idea, but Malerman lacks the insight or wit to take it anywhere. Instead this is little more than a dull and endlessly repetitive rehash of Birdbox. Disappointing.

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  • Malorie

    Great story, edge of the seat stuff very well done

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